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Best Sealer for Pool Concrete Patio or Pavers 4.6/5 (11)

Best Sealer for Pool Paver Patio

Best Sealer for Pool Paver Patio

What is Best Sealer for Pool Patio Concrete or Pavers that is not slippery?

If you are a homeowner that is lucky enough to have a pool you know how enjoyable they can be. Although there is some maintenance involved, pools can create a lot of fun family times. When it comes to the hard surfaces around your pool, they can be just as important to maintain as the pool itself.

There are a wide variety of materials used for pool patios or decks. Concrete or pavers are a common type of pool patio surface. To maintain a concrete or paver patio around the pool, it is common to clean and seal it on a regular basis. Every couple of years is typically the average for cleaning and resealing. Doing so will protect the area from harsh pool chemicals, sun fading, acid rain, erosion, and freeze/thaw damage.

Finding the best sealer for pool patio concrete or pavers will ensure the area lasts a long time. Choose a sealer that is non-gloss to reduce the chance of creating a slippery surface. Being around a pool will obviously mean that wet feet will be walking and running across the surface. Making it too slippery with multiple applications of a glossy sealer is the last thing you want to do.

However, if you want to give the pool patio a wet look without the gloss, there are sealers that fall into that category. Sealers like SuperSeal M or Surebond SB-6000 are two great choices. These sealers penetrate the surface to create a barrier of protection without the glossy finish. Some Satin and Semi-Gloss sealers will work as well as long as they do not seal the surface 100%. These would be styrene acrylic based sealers such as SuperSeal25.

There are also pool patio sealers that will not alter the appearance of the concrete or pavers at all but still give the surface adequate weather protection. It really comes down to personal preference, but creating a non-slippery surface that is water repellent is the goal. Sealing your pool patio concrete or pavers with the best sealer possible is good insurance to protect your investment. It will also ensure you maintain your outdoor living space so it is there to enjoy for many years.

If you have a question on sealing your pool patio, please ask below.


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46 responses to “Best Sealer for Pool Concrete Patio or Pavers”

  1. kathy kamins says:

    how warm does it have to be outside to seal concrete. How long after power washing can the sealer be applied?

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      Kathy, depends on the brand you choose. Typically at least 50 degrees and dry for 24 hours or longer.

  2. ann says:

    Hi there. We have a brick paved driveway and it is very slippery when wet. What do you recommend?
    Thanks

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      Ann, you could try adding some grip into your sealer that will give traction. Shark Grip or Super Grip.

  3. Chris says:

    Hi we live in NJ and we have restrictions about high voc products. What is the best choice of sealer for our acid stained pool patio that will ENHANCE COLOR and not be slippery? Does one exist? I have been researching for weeks now…. thanks Chris

  4. ABDUL says:

    I AM LOOKING FOR A SEALER FOR BRICK PAVERS AROUND MY POOL AREA. I LIVE IN FLORIDA. I LIKE WET LOOK SEMI GLOSS TO GLOSS FINISH. THX

  5. seth says:

    Looking for sealer around pool in New Jersey. Need best non-slip, non-gloss finish. Also dealing with a lot of weeds between pavers, so need recommendation for materials between pavers as well. Thank you. Seth

  6. Eva says:

    Central Florida. Looking for a good sealer to apply to our pavers around our pool area. Looking for non-slip, wet look.

  7. Suzy Q says:

    Hi there, what type of sealer should I use living in Central Florida for brick pavers on the pool deck and also the driveway. I recently put in sand to stabilize pavers as part of routine maintenance. What do you recommend and how do I apply it?
    Thank you in advance, Suzy Q

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      Use the SuperSeal30 for this. Apply with a roller. Make sure that you removed all the poly sand dust from the surface to avoid the white \”poly haze\” issue.

  8. Jen says:

    We have old brick pavers around are pool that are deteriorating. We can't replace them now but need to do our best to preserve them. Since they will be wet a lot we need to make sure they are not slippery, also would like to use them on the bricks that edge the pool. What do you recommend and what is the best way to apply it.
    Thanks,
    Jen

  9. Steve says:

    We have a combination of travertine coping and cement pavers. Last sealed 2 years ago but it is pretty slippery. Will I need to strip the current sealer before applying a new one? What would you recommend for the new one that will minimize slip? Live in central florida.
    Thanks!

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      You may need to add a grip into the sealer for traction. Look at the Super Grip and SuperSeal Matte.

  10. John says:

    I used the wrong sealer on my pavers and it's too slippery When wet. What can I use to remove it and what do you recommend for a wet look sealer that's not slippery when wet. I prefer a water based sealer.

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      Strip with the Concrete Paver Sealer Stripper made by Clemons Concrete and pressure washing. Wash off residue when down with their Cleaner and Degreaser. Seal with Surebond SB-6000 wet look sealer.

  11. kurt hendra says:

    Im trying to seal a spa where it meets with the coping on top . I have tried motar but it dont last the summer with the blowers blowing all the water straight up to that area . I was wondering if concrete crack filler would work . Any sugestions?

  12. John says:

    What would be the best applicator for pool pavers?

  13. Brian says:

    I just had tumbled travertine put in as my pool deck. I'm looking for the best non slippery joint stabilizing sealer for travertine. What do you suggest?

  14. Ron says:

    I need to seal a patio. Looking for wet look no shine, something to bring out the color. In Arizona, also deck goes around pool. On top of observation decks, driveway and walkways. Easy application is a must Needs to be cleaning first, has some tire tracks and oil stains, do you have a product for cleaning also?

  15. Elise Cain says:

    Hi, need to seal pavers around a pool. Looking for a sealer that will not react with pool chemicals.

  16. Sue says:

    Hi, I have stamped concrete around my pool in CA. that needs to be resealed. It's a tanish color. What is best to use on it?

  17. Dan says:

    So for a colored paver deckninn Florida wet look and not slippery around a pool, SB-6000?

    Also do I seal the coping tiles right around the pool as well as the pavers

    Dan

  18. Patricia Desnoyers says:

    Just finished the installation of new cement around my pool….I live in eastern Canada (Québec) and temperatures have already started dropping very low at night…..not sure if we should seal this fall or wait until the spring to do it…also not sure which product would be best for our area….

  19. Michael Renteria says:

    Just had new pool installed in Venice, Fla. Used Travetine tile. What is the best sealer to use. Not slip, but keep the true color.

  20. Ryan Veino says:

    Hello, I have brick pavers surrounding my pool (chlorine based) with sand in the joints. Whats the best sealer to give a nice look and stabilize the sand between the joints so it stops getting in the pool.

  21. Melanie Ewing says:

    I would like to have the 'wet/shiney' look on my pavers by the pool area without being slick. can you recommend a product?

  22. Tricia says:

    They just put a sealer around my pool and we can't even walk on it with out falling is there anything I can use to not make it So slippery

    • Concrete Sealer Help says:

      You could add another coat with Shark Grip added. Might want to wait 1-2 weeks for full cure to see if it goes away.

  23. Richard L says:

    could I use LePage PL 600 Landscape Block Adhesive as a sealant between joints on my stamped concrete paved pool deck?

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